This conference explores philosophical and theological themes across Jewish, Islamic and Christian medieval texts.
It's intended to provide a formal occasion and central location for philosophers and scholars of the Arabic / Islamic, Jewish, and Latin Christian philosophical traditions of the Middle Ages to present and discuss their current work in medieval philosophy.
First held at Marquette University in 2008, this summer conference alternates between the University of Denver and Marquette University. For more information about the 2016 conference at Marquette University, July 6-8, click here.
To see the 2016 Call for Proposals on work relating to philosopher al-Ghazali, click here. The deadline for proposals in May 1, 2016.
For more details, contact Sarah Pessin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Conference is co-sponsored by the University of Denver's Department of Philosophy and Center for Judaic Studies, and by Marquette University's Department of Philosophy. It is co-organized by Richard Taylor (Marquette) and Sarah Pessin (DU).